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It happened again. District 3 Supervisor Lynn Brownley learned he was the subject of a multi-jurisdictional grand jury indictment and turned himself in to the Westmoreland County Sheriff's Office authorities on Wednesday afternoon.
Brownley spend Wednesday night in Rappahannock Regional Jail. On Thursday he appeared in the county's Circuit Court. A March 25 arraignment date was established and bond was set at $15,000.
This is the second time Brownley has faced a felony arrest associated with cocaine activity. The first arrest occurred in 1988, when he served as Commonwealth's Attorney and County Attorney in Westmoreland.
Circuit Court Judge Joseph Ellis has required Brownley to subject himself to drug testing and rehabilitation. He was additionally required to surrender his passport.
By Betsy Ficklin